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RE: Guess I'll show you what I'm working on... (Follow-Up #16)

posted by: crafty_lady on 10.11.2007 at 05:03 pm in Stained Glass & Mosaics Forum

Rosemary, you need to be on Internet Explorer and then download Smiley Central to your toolbar. This is the way it works for me...When you want to add a smilie to your post, find the one you want, click on it, and then a message will appear that says OOPS...click on #2 and then click the button to copy the HTML, I also have to click to allow access to my clipboard, then I use the Ctrl and V and click in my post to insert it. When you do your preview you should see the smilie if you did it right. Let me know if it works for you!

SmileyCentral.com

Barb

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clipped on: 10.11.2007 at 09:55 pm    last updated on: 10.11.2007 at 09:56 pm

RE: Your All-Time Favorite Project (Follow-Up #52)

posted by: linlee on 09.12.2007 at 04:57 pm in Stained Glass & Mosaics Forum

I really can't seem to get a good shot of this. No
real sun shining in the windows...too many trees.
It's really so red it hurts your eyes.Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket

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clipped on: 09.16.2007 at 08:20 pm    last updated on: 09.16.2007 at 08:20 pm

RE: What have people done with old, wooden ladders? (Follow-Up #22)

posted by: painterchic98 on 06.11.2007 at 07:47 am in Garden Junk Forum

I think it was 3 sections. we had a couple of old extension ladders and my fil gave us another...he kept insisting it was still good. those things are so big and clumsy.. you'd have to be built lke a mountain man to actually use one for it's intended purpose.
I just asked dh, he said the 1st one was just one big ladder and the second one was 3 sections.(we've made 2, so far) none of the pieces were the same... nothing was uniform. the legs are sunk in concrete and we'd talked about coating the base with tar, I don't think that happened though.
I took a few wip pics when he built the 2nd arch.....

Here is a link that might be useful: building a ladder arch

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clipped on: 07.12.2007 at 01:52 pm    last updated on: 07.12.2007 at 01:52 pm

RE: How to post pictures 101 redux (Follow-Up #40)

posted by: craftylady-2006 MA-5 (Guest) on 08.13.2006 at 10:15 pm in Garden Junk Forum

I had the darnest time trying to post pics when I first started this forum and the Trash to Treasure forum. A gal on here, Cheri, was kind enough to send me an email outlining how to post pics to Photobucket and then into the URL to post a pic on the forum. Her directions are below, very easy to follow.

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OK, here we go. If your pictures are all ready in your album in photobucket, you'll see below the pics 3 different lines. URL, Tag, and Img. If you want the picture to appear on the page you will copy the Tag info then paste it in the message box. Then press Preview message and your image should show up. To do a link... you will need to copy the URL info then paste it in the optional link URL. Then type in the title of your link. You will also need to write something in the message box. Then hit preview message. Your link should be there. I always hit it to make sure it works. It should take you to your picture. Then hit submit.
To do the slideshows... at the top of your pictures in your album there's a button that says "bucket features" click on it. You can do a Bucket Strip, Bucket Stamp, or a Bucket Show. I've been doing the bucket show. Click on it, then click on create a bucket show. Check the pictures that you want (mine only allows me to do 10 at a time) then hit create bucket show. Make sure you put a title in the name box at the top. Then copy the URL and then paste it in the optional link Url and then put the title in the link box. Also remember to type a message in the message box.

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clipped on: 11.28.2006 at 01:46 pm    last updated on: 11.28.2006 at 01:56 pm